ATM banned for screening
The Central Film Censor Board has banned the public screening of the Nepali digital film ATM.
The showing of the film produced and brought for public screening by D Films in public has been prohibited throughout the country effective from today as it was found that the film was being screened in a way different from what is stated in the permit issued by the Board, the Board stated in a press release today.
Published Date: Friday, November 23rd, 2012 | 09:11 AM
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